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Dr. P.Uma Devi

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Dr. Abhilash Bhaskaran

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3. Should I consult a dentist for bad breath?

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Dr. Prem Alex Lawrence

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1. What does a dentist do?


A dentist takes care of problems of your oral health, which includes your mouth, jaw, teeth, and gums. You could go to a dentist for teeth cleaning, filling, extraction, root canal treatment, and treatment of oral diseases including tooth decay, gum disease, and mouth cancer. There are various types of dentists, each dealing with a specific dental concern. 



2. What are the different types of dentists?


There are generally seven types of dentists:General Dentist: for routine teeth cleaning and dental examination. Pediatric Dentist: for children’s oral health issues.Orthodontist: for teeth and jaw alignment using braces and retainers, etc. Periodontist: for problems with the gums. Endodontist: for issues with tooth nerves and root canal treatment.Oral Surgeon: for diseases of the teeth and jaw.Prosthodontist: for problems with teeth and jaw bones. Cosmetic dentists are also regarded as dental specialists, and deal with aesthetic problems.


3. Do I need a dentist’s appointment before consulting?


It is better to book an appointment with your dentist before going for a consultation, to avoid problems with availability and long waiting times. Nowadays, it is very easy to book an appointment online with your dentist.


4. How to remove tartar from teeth without a dentist?


Tartar, also called dental calculus, is the yellow-brown hard calcified deposit on your teeth and gums. There are many suggested home remedies such as using baking soda, white vinegar, and orange peels for tartar removal. However, it is best to seek help from a dentist for a clean and accurate job.


5. Can a dentist fix braces for me?


Yes, a specific type of dentist, called an orthodontist, deals with the alignment and straightness of teeth and problems with your bite (the way your upper and lower teeth fit together). An orthodontist can help you with braces for problems with your teeth.


6. What type of mirror is used by dentists?


Dentists use a concave mirror (with an inwardly bent reflecting surface and a polished outward surface) to provide a larger and brighter image of the interior of your mouth, making it easier for the dentist to see the back of your mouth. A concave mirror provides a larger image without inverting it.


7. Is there a Dentists day?


Yes, there is a National Dentist’s Day and it is celebrated every year on March 6th in India.


8. Is there a specific kid’s dentist?


Yes, a dentist for kids is called a pediatric dentist or pedodontist. A pediatric dentist has special qualifications and experience in dealing with a child’s teeth, gums, and mouth, throughout the various stages of childhood up until teenage years.

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